KISI FEEST 2017
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On this page we present the KISI activities in Belgium – at the moment that is mainly in Flanders. Have fun!
The information on this page is about KISI in Belgium.
Are you looking for general information about KISI?
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KISI-Fest 2017, Tag 4: 18. Juni – Abschlusstag unserer Mission, oder doch nicht? Eins werden innerhalb von vier Tagen ist keine leichte Mission. Wir Agenten am KISI-Fest hatten das schon bald verstanden, als wir am Donnerstag hier in Gmunden ankamen. Doch beim heutigen Zurückblicken, bemerken wir, dass wir – Dank der Hilfe unseres obersten Chefs (Gott, unser ...
KISI-Fest 2017, Tag 3: 17. Juni Weiter ging es mit unserer Mission:1 am Samstag: Lernen zu lieben, wie Jesus liebt. Wie schwierig das oft sein kann, zeigte uns die „krasse Herde“ mit ihrem Hirten in ihrem Sketch. Einen kurzen Hinweis konnten unsere Agenten erhalten, dass der Hirte die Schafe demnächst verlassen wird. Wir sind gespannt auf ...
KISI is originally from Austria, but here we will tell you more about its development in Belgium.
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Enthusiastic children's voices, impressive acting scenes, dynamic choreographies and a profound message – those things are what make a KISI musical so special. We perform musicals based on different biblical stories and daily life themes, such as hope or friendship. We also put on concerts only consisting of songs. This is our way of sharing the empowering message of Jesus with the world.
Pauli, the adventurous little Lamb known from the KISI puppet shows, loves to be on the road – in kindergartens, schools or youth groups. Together with his family Wolliweiß he tells stories and sings about the adventures with his good shepherd.
Three days of faith, fun and fellowship: every year the big KISI-Fest takes place and the program is filled with musical performances, workshops, outdoor-programs and some just as entertaining profound imputs for the whole family.
If you work with kids, you deserve good training. We hold regular training seminars for our staff members and interns to equip them with the necessary skills for their work. Occasionally some of our events are also open to the public.
Unfortunately we cannot be everywhere at the same time. However, we still make our hope and joy accessible for everyone. You can listen to our radio broadcasts weekly - unfortunately currently only available in German.
Breathe some KISI air for a few hours: sing, dance, play and learn about Jesus – those are some of the things you will experience during our workshops. We come to parishes, schools or to other open events, to spend time with children. At the end of a workshop an arranged mass or a small concert consisting of songs, is possible.
Learn a whole musical from scratch in only a few days? Sounds crazy, but it's possible. At KISI children train for a whole week in areas such as singing, dancing and acting for one specific KISI musical. They then have an opportunity to present their work in a final performance. Of course, we provide fun program too, which focuses on the themes featured in the musical.
KISI CLUBs are local KISI groups that meet regularly, sing together and try to understand the content of the KISI songs in a fun way. They continue to bring new hope and joy to people in their surroundings – with small concerts in retirement homes or during church services.
Do you want to be part of KISI on a regular basis? KISI NOW is a nationwide group that meets once a month, for a weekend, over the time span of half a year, to have fun, to pray and to rehearse a musical that will be performed at the end of the 6 months.
KISI the intensive way: with KISI KEY you commit to a whole year with meetings at least once a month for one weekend. During these meetings, you train, rehearse intensively and focus on playing musicals & co. There are also opportunities for you to invest in deepening your relationship with God. KISI KEY is on tour and on the road a lot.
Children have been wearing their KISI shirts proudly over the past twenty years, the same goes for KISI caps, KISI sweaters and other KISI products. We love how every KISI fan can literally wear their enthusiasm and that way share it with the world.
To sing along, to join in on the piano or on the guitar, violin, ukulele or any other instrument you like. Our songbooks provide you with the sheet music and chords to all of our songs and even contain the spoken words from the musicals.
Are you looking for new ideas and concepts for your children or youth work? We would love to share our experience and have assembled our best ideas in compact hour-long programs that you can download in our shop.
Are you looking for KISI activities that are not available in Belgium? Please contact us. We will try to make it happen in cooperation with KISIs from another country.
These are the musicals that are currently played by the Belgian KISI groups.
Lilli mag opnieuw vanuit een recente gebeurtenis een Bijbels verhaal meemaken. Ditmaal is het Jezus zijn verhaal over de ‘verloren zoon’. Een musical over Gods oneindig grote barmhartigheid en vaderlijke liefde.
Wat Paulus allemaal wel niet heeft meegemaakt: eerste haatte hij de christenen, toen ontmoette hij Jezus en vertelde overal over Hem. Hij heeft mensen genezen, werd gevangen genomen, heeft schipbreuk geleden, werd gered - en Jezus was er altijd bij!
Thanks for your financial support of KISI in Belgium.
Currently you can support the following three projects:
We're happy if you support us with your prayer. Please send us an email to let us know you're praying. This will enable us to send you updates with current prayer requests from time to time.
Maybe you are our new staff member? We would love to welcome you in our team. Just send us an email that you're willing to volunteer (and where you would want to help) and we'll get in touch.
Marinella Auwerickx, animator,
Kathleen Cauchie, animator,
Joris De Ridder, team member,
Isabel De Rijcke, team member,
Ilse Dictus, team member,
Chris Dumont, team member,
Tinne Floren, team member,
Mieke Grieten, team member,
Saskia Horckmans, team member,
Dorris Schräder, team member,
Kris Sergeys, team member,
Marijke Stragier, team member,
Mathias Van Aken, team member
Veerle Van den Steen, coordinator,
Bernadette Wamback, team member.